FreeCounter
GraceNotes20thCD ksitunesartwork calendar1a appxmas1
bannerbar
skinnymalinks
music agency

acoustic, traditional and contemporary folk music at its best

untitled shoot-197-2
Maggie Boyle
untitled shoot-197-2
Sketch
untitled shoot-197-2
Songs of the Carter Family
item8
An Appalachian xmas
calendar1a
Tour Dates
untitled shoot-113
Grace Notes
untitled shoot-197-2
Magical Christmas Tree
untitled shoot-197-2
Boyle Tyrrall Boyle
untitled shoot-197-2
The Expatriate Game
phoenix
The Phoenix New Orleans Parade
Bookmark and Share
binding

Welcome

...to the new online home of Skinnymalinks Music. We are an agency which provides an excellent, friendly service to all involved in promoting and enjoying great music.  Find out about our artists, how you can book them for your event, and when they are appearing near you.

Follow the links for details & samples of acoustic, traditional and contemporary folk music at its best.


What we do

Skinnymalinks represents artists including The Expatriate Game, The Songs of the Carter Family, Martha Tilston, Sketch, Maggie Boyle, Grace Notes, The Magical Christmas Tree Tour, and Boyle Tyrral Boyle.

Important note to artists seeking representation: please do not apply, or send unsolicited CDs etc, as we are unable to consider any additions to the agency. Thank you. 


Kitchen Songs Project

ksitunesartwork

In April & May 2012, Maggie visited many of the songwriters who have played a significant part in her musical life. "It's been a wonderful experience, and I have gathered videos of our interviews and their songs. It's been especially thrilling for me to be able to sing their songs with them. I hope you will enjoy it all."

The first radio show documenting Maggie’s travels - made by David Crickmore - will be aired on BBC Radio Leeds at 6pm on Bank Holiday Monday, 27th August, with more to follow.

It does not stop there. Maggie has been invited to continue her Kitchen project at Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann, the huge traditional music festival in Cavan, Ireland. Returning to her Irish roots, she will track down singers, storytellers and musicians – including her uncle, Gerry Gorman.

A little later in the festival season, Maggie will interview performers in her kitchen at Whitby Folk Week. So lots more lovely chat and music will be available for viewing at the website by mid-September. All this, plus bonus videos, including a Woody Guthrie special by Will Kaufman. And after that…. we’ll have to wait and see what happens!   

Find out more about this exciting project by visiting www.kitchensongs.org.uk

kssocialmediabuttons @maggieboylesong

kssocialmediabuttons1maggieboyleskitchensongs

What's New

Grace Notes

2012 is a big year for Grace Notes. It's their 20th Anniversary, and to celebrate they are releasing a new CD, 20, with many old favourites from over the years, and some songs newly recorded. They will also be inviting their friends in join in the celebrations as they tour the UK in 2012.

Buy 20 now

GraceNotes20thCD

Maggie Boyle

12th June 2012 also saw the long awaited release of Maggie Boyle's new CD, won't you come away, featuring great guest musicians Paul Downes, Jon Boden, Dave McKeown, Steve Tilston, and Dave Wood, on Wild Goose Records.

Out NOW, from the skinnymalinks shop.

wont you come away - Maggie Boyle

Maggie will be performing tracks from the new CD on tour with the superb guitarist Paul Downes.

Read Reviews

untitled shoot-197-2
Magical Christmas Tree